Set 1

Q. Who wrote prismatic society revisited:
(a)Riggs
(b)Comparison of Administrative Rules
(c)Weiner
(d)None of the above

Q. The Word "Sale" propounded by riggs is taken form which
language :
(a) Spanish
(b) Latin
(c) English
(d)None of the above

Q. Who wrote the book" The theory of prismatic society":
(a)Waldo
(b)Weidner
(c)Riggs
(d)Gans

Q. Who wrote " Reflections on public administration" :
(a)Waldo
(b)Riggs
(c)Weidner
(d)John M. gans










Q. Which one of the following is not an aspect of overlapping
feature of Riggs Prismatic – Sala Model :
(a)Nepotism
(b)Poly communalism
(c)Formalism
(d)Polynormativism

Q. The most important exponent of development administration is:
(a)Riggs
(b)Goswani
(c)Weidner
(d)Palombara

Q. Who of the following is not associated with the ecological
approach to the study of public administration:
(a)Robert dahl
(b)John Gans
(c)Gullick
(d)Riggs

Q. Who supported ecological approach:
(a)Riggs
(b)John M. Gans
(c)Roscoe Martin
(d)All of the above

Q. The feature of development administration is:
(a)Client oriented
(b)Result oriented
(c)Change oriented
(d)All of the above

Q. The term ecology is borrowed from which subject:
(a)Maths
(b)Geography
(c)Biology
(d)None of the above

Q. Public administration is influenced by external environment"
This approach is related with:
(a)Classical Approach
(b)Human Relation Approach
(c)Development Administration Approach
(d)Ecological Approach

Q. The agrarian industria model of Fred Riggs is based on:
(a)Development administration approach
(b)Classical Approach
(c)Ecological Approach
(d)Structural Functional Approach

Q. When was the term "'Development Administration was used"?
(a)1965
(b)1955
(c)1975
(d)1956





Q. The concept of " Administrative Development got crystallized in
the hands of :
(a)Edward weidnee
(b)Dwight waldo
(c)La Palombare
(d)FW Riggs

Q. The ecological approach in the study of public administration
was initiated by :
(a) J.M. gans and R.A. Dahl
(b) F.W. Riggs and R.A. Dahl
(c) R.A. Dahl and F.W. Riggs
(d) F.W. Riggs and J.M. Gans

Q. The term development administration was coined by:
(a)Edward by
(b)Montgomery
(c)Goswami
(d)F.W. Riggs








Set 2
Q. Counseild Etat was established in :
(a)1722
(b)1799
(c)1899
(d)1822

Q. In which country civil servants enjoy maximum number of
political rights :
(a)UK
(b)USA
(c)India
(d)France

Q. The President in France is elected by:
(a)Public directly
(b)Electoral Board
(c)National assembly
(d)None of the above

Q. Law graduates are given importance in civil services of which
country?
(a)India
(b)china
(c)France
(d)America




Q. French civil service are known as :
(a)Cadre
(b)Comrade
(c)Corps
(d)Prefecture

Q. Which is the following is true regarding administrative system
of France:
(a)Weak local administration
(b)Centralization
(c)Missionary zeal
(d)All of the above


Q. Departments in France means:
(a)Finance Department
(b)Home Department
(c)Constitution Council
(d)Districts

Q. The common unit of a division of the central ministry in France
is:
(a)Direction generals
(b)Secretariate general
(c)Sons Direction
(d)Direction

Q. Grand's cops in French civil service stands for :
(a)Senior revel of specialist administratiors
(b)Senior level of generalist administratiors
(c)Senior level of generalist cum specialist administratiors
(d)Senior level of defence administratiors

Q. The new entrants to the French civil service are trained at Ecole
national d administration for a period of :
(a)3 years
(b)30 Months
(c)2 Years
(d)28 months

Q. The nature of functions performed by E.N.A. in France is similar
to which of the following institution in India:
(a)Indian Institute of Public Administration
(b)Administrative Staff College
(c)LBS academy of administration
(d)None of the above

Q. The French system of administrative can is known as :
(a)Council of d Etat
(b)Droit administratif
(c)National assembly
(d)None of the above

Q. Counseil d Etat is:
(a)Training agency
(b)Recruitment agency
(c)Administrative
(d)None of the above

Q. Ecole Nationals Administration is a recruitment and training
agency of :
(a)USA
(b)UK
(c)France
(d)China

Q. Ecole nationale d' Administration (ENA) of France was
established in:
(a)1940
(b)1942
(c)1945
(d)1948

Q. Which of the following is known as administrative state:
(a)USA
(b)UK
(c)India
(d)France

Q. Constitutional council is appointed for a term of :
(a)5 Years
(b)4 Years
(c)2 Years
(d)9 Years

Q. How many members are there in constitutional council of France
(a)6
(b)7
(c)5
(d)19

Q. How many members are there in National Assembly of France :
(a)550
(b)575
(c)577
(d)560

Q. The tenure of French President is :
(a)7 years
(b)5 years
(c) 4 years
(d) 2 years

Q. Which unit assist US president in the performance of his routine
duties:
(a)Office of management and budget
(b)White house
(c)Central personal agency
(d)Merit system protection board

Q. The executive office of the president of USA was set up on the
recommendation of :
(a)Brownlon committee 1934
(b)First Hoover Commission
(c)Second Hoover commission
(d)Brownlow committee 1937

Q. Hatch act 1939 in USA is concerned with:
(a)Right of association
(b)Right to strike
(c)Political activities
(d)Machinery for negotiations


Q. Judicial review is not a feature of:
(a)USA
(b)India
(c)U.K
(d)None of the above

Q. Lloyd la folletc act of 1912 in USA is related with:
(a)Right to strike
(b)Right of association
(c)Machinery for negotiation
(d)Political activities

Q. Taft Hartley Act of 1947 in USA is concerned with:
(a)Political activities
(b)Right of association
(c)Right to strike
(d)Machinery for negotiations

Q. American president takes oath on:
(a) 4 Jan
(b) 4 Feb
(c) 20 Jan
(d) 20 July

Q. G.S. in American civil services stands for :
(a)General service
(b)General schedule
(c)Group service``
(d)Generalist service

Q. Minister in USA are called as :
(a)Directors
(b)Secretary
(c)Commissioner
(d)Managers

Q. US financial year begins on:
(a)1 April
(b)1 January
(c)1 July
(d)None of the above

Q. Method of rule of three is a feature of civil service of which
country
(a)UK
(b)USA
(c)France
(d)India

Q. Lower House in American congress is known as :
(a)Parliament
(b)House of representative
(c)House of Commons
(d)Congress

Q. Civil services in USA are classified on the basis of:
(a)Positions
(b)Rank
(c)Specialization
(d)None of the above

Q. Who is known as father of spoils system :
(a)Washington
(b)Jefferson
(c)Jackson
(d)Adam

Q. Which country is known as traditional home of spoil systems :
(a)UK
(b)USA
(c)India
(d)None of the above

Q. Which of the following is not a feature of independent
regulatory commission:
(a)Fourth branch of the government
(b)Island of autonomy
(c)Headless Institutions
(d)Responsible Commissions

Q. The first independent regulatory commission (IRC) was
(a)Federal Reserve Board
(b)The Federal Trade Commission
(c)The Inter State Commerce Commission
(d)The Federal Power Commission

Q. The first Independent Regulatory Commission (IRC) was
established in the year:
(a)1867
(b)1897
(c) 1887
(d) 1857

Q. Executive Office of President (EOP) in USA was established in:
(a)1949
(b)1939
(c)1929
(d)1959

Q. How many members are there in House of Representatives of
USA :
(a)235
(b)100
(c)200
(d)435




Q. How many members are there in senate of USA:
(a)50
(b)100
(c)150
(d)200








Set 3
Q. Central military commission system is the feature of which
country:
(a)India
(b)China
(c)America
(d)Nepal

Q. The Prime Minister of France is known as:
(a)Premier
(b)President
(c) Procuratorate
(d)The prince

Q. Mixed system of parliamentary and presidential form of
government is found in:
(a) India
(b) America
(c) France
(d) China

Q. The constitution of which country is known as child of crises :
(a)India
(b)Britain
(c)France
(d)None of the above

Q. American legislature is known as :
(a)Parliament
(b)Congress
(c)Diet
(d)None of the above
Q. Presidential system is prevalent in:
(a)Britain
(b)America
(c)India
(d)None of the above

Q. First written consititution was adopted in which country:
(a)France
(b)India
(c)America
(d)China

Q. Which country is considered as the mother of parliamentary
democracy:
(a)USA
(b)Britain
(c)Canada
(d)France





Q. The constitution of which country is unwritten:
(a)India
(b)Britain
(c)Canada
(d)None of the above

Q. Who said British constitution is "child of wisdom and chance?
(a)Churchile
(b)Maegaret Thatcher
(c)Sydney law
(d)Litton Strechy

Q. The constitution of which country is known as child of wisdom
and chance:
(a)France
(b)Britain
(c)USA
(d)China

Set 4
Q. Which of the following is not a function of IRC.
(a)They help in policy framework
(b)They frame rules for their own conduct of business which others can
follow
(c)They enact such laws and rules and regulations which can help in long
term policy formulation
(d)None of the above

Q. Which of the following is not a feature of IRC ?
(a)The commissions function independent of each other
(b)They are established by the congress
(c)They are small in size
(d)They are headed by an individual



Q. IRC are described as :
(a)Arms of president
(b)Arms of congress
(c)Arms of Governor
(d)None of the above

Q. Which committee criticized IRC
(a)Brownlow committee
(b)Hooner commission
(c)Pledon committee
(d)All of the above

Q. Independent regulatory commissions are concerned with which
country:
(a)India
(b)UK
(c)USA
(d)France

Q. Which of the following is not the feature of Swedish
ombudsman?
(a)Independence of action from the executive
(b)Suo moto power to start investigation
(c)Secrecy in its working
(d)Cheap and speedy method of handling the complaints

Q. The U.K., the system of ombudsman started in:
(a) 1987
(b)1957
(c)1967
(d)1964


Q. Who described ombudsman as institutionalized public
conscience:
(a)Donald C. Rowat
(b)Gerald E. caiden
(c)Finer
(d)None of the above


Q. Ombudsman is a "bulwark of democratic government against
the tyranny of official down" is said by :
(a)Caiden
(b)D.C. Rowat
(c)Negro
(d)None of the the above

Q. The ombudsman first started in :
(a)India
(b)Sweden
(c)USA
(d)France

Q. The word ombud is a :
(a)Greck word
(b)Latin word
(c)Swedish word
(d)English word

Q. Which of the following is not correct about Swedish ombudsman
:
(a)Recommendatory Body
(b)Constitutional
(c)Cant give information to press
(d)Elected by an electoral cause

Q. The tenure of ombudsman is :
(a)4 Years
(b)5 Years
(c)3 Years
(d)2 Years

Q. Ombudsman in sweden was established in:
(a)1909
(b)1809
(c)1919
(d)1819

Q. The supreme institution for administrative law in France is :
(a)Administrative tribunal
(b)State council
(c)Constitutional Council
(d)Supreme count

Q. Rule of law is not prevalent in which country:
(a)France
(b)USA
(c)India
(d)UK

Q. Governor should have completed the age of :
(a)35 years
(b)30 Years
(c)40 years
(d)45 Years

Q. In most of the states, the tenure of governor is:
(a)5 Years`
(b)4 years
(c) 2 Years
(d)None of the above

Q. Governor in USA is :
(a)Directly elected
(b)Nominated
(c)Indirectly Elected
(d)None of the above

Q. The administrative system at state level in USA is :
(a)Parliamentary
(b)Presidential
(c)Quasi presidential
(d)None of the above








Set 5
Q. Which of the following scholar is not concerned with CPA?
(a)Willoughby
(b)Waldo
(c)Raphaeli
(d)Riggs

Q. CPA is related with :
(a)Comparison of Administrative Systems
(b)Comparison of Administrative Rules
(c)Comparison of Administration Cultures
(d)All of the above

Q. Who wrote "Administration in developing countries: The theory
of prismatic society"
(a)Woodrow Wilson
(b)Henry Fayol
(c)Herbert Simon
(d)Fred Riggs

Q. Comparative administration group was established in which
country?
(a)India
(b)America
(c)Germany
(d)Britain

Q. Which and of the following pairs is incorrectly matched?
(a)Prismatic Society – Poly functionalism
(b)Fused society – Selectivism
(c)Diffracted Society – Functional Specificity
(d)Fused Society – Ascription

Q. According to Riggs, which of the following is not an element of
the overlapping feature of the prismatic society:
(a)Poly communalism
(b)Formalism
(c)Poly Normativism
(d)Nepotism


Q. The comparative public administration emphasizes that:
(a)The principles of public administration are seriously inadequate
(b)Any proper discipline must have complementary, pure and applied
aspects
(c)Organizations must be viewed as embedded in specific cultures and
political settings
(d)Both

Q. As long as the study of Public Administration was not
comparative claims for a science of Public Administration would
sound hollow, is said, by :
(a)Simon
(b)Barnard
(c)Dahl
(d)Riggs

Q. Who said, "A science of public administration, if not fully
achievable, is at least worthy of seeking".
(a)Jackson
(b)Waldo
(c)Riggs
(d)Heady

Q. Which of the following is not a point of significance of the study
of comparative public administration:
(a)It widens & the scope of study of public administration
(b)It encourages narrow regional outlook
(c)It has brought administration and politics closer to each other
(d)None of the above




Q. Which of the following is not a trend enumerated by Riggs for
the comparative Study of Public Administration:
(a)From normative to empirical
(b)From ideographic to homothetic
(c)From homothetic to ideographic
(d)From non ecological to ecological orientation

Q. Who said, " Comparative Public Administration" is a study of
public administration on a comparative basis":
(a)Waldo
(b)Riggs
(c)Heady
(d)Raphaeli
Q. Ecology of Public Administration" is written by:
(a)Fred Luthans
(b)Riggs
(c)Tailor
(d)Raphaeli

Q. CPA emphasizes on:
(a)Ecological factors
(b)Generalization
(c)Empirical Study
(d)All of the above

Q. Who wrote the article "The study of Administration"?
(a)Dimock
(b)Waldo
(c)Rafelli
(d)Wilson


Q. Who is considered as father of comparative public
administration (CPA):
(a)Montgomery
(b)Dwight Waldo
(c)Riggs
(d)Ferrel Heady

Q. Which of the following scholar is not concerned with
Comparative Administration Group (CAG)
(a)Riggs
(b)Waldo
(c)Heady
(d)Wilson

Q. Comparative Administration Group was established in:
(a)1950
(b)1963
(c)1956
(d)1965


Set 6
Q. Asshetton committee in Britain for training was established in
(a)1918
(b)1944
(c)1946
(d)1943

Q. How many seats are there in house of commons?
(a)650
(b)665
(c)675
(d)750

Q. The financial year in U.K. begin in:
(a)31 March
(b)1 April
(c)1 July
(d)None of the above

Q. The term cabinet was first used during the reign of ?
(a)Charles I
(b)Charles II
(c)George V
(d)None of the above

Q. Who wrote the book "Introduction to the study of the law of the
constitution" :
(a)Brice
(b)Dicey
(c)Wilson
(d)Alfred Dianant

Q. Who was the first P.M. of U.K?
(a)Ramzemeur
(b)Walpol
(c)Churchill
(d)None of the above

Q. British civil service commission was established in
(a)1853
(b)1861
(c)1855
(d)1809

Q. Generalist dominant civil service prevails in:
(a)USA
(b)U.K.
(c)France
(d)None of the above

Q. In British administrative system, which agency is supreme:
(a)Judiciary
(b)Executive
(c)Parliament
(d)None of the above

Q. Rank Classification is not prevalent is:
(a)India
(b)U.K.
(c)France
(d)U.S.A.

Q. Whitely council is the feature of:
(a)America
(b)U.K.
(c)France
(d)India

Q. Feature of British administrative system is:
(a)Responsible administration
(b)Cabinet administration
(c)Change Orientated
(d)All of the above

Q. British Finance Minister is known as :
(a)Chancellor
(b)Chancellor of Exchequer
(c)Finance Minister
(d)None of the above

Q. Who wrote the book British Government :
(a)Churchill
(b)Brice
(c)Strechy
(d)H.M. Stout

Q. British crown consist of:
(a)King/Queen
(b)Cabinet
(c)Parliament
(d)All of the above

Q. Committee system in administration is prevalent in:
(a)Yugoslavia
(b)Italy
(c)Japan
(d)Britain

Q. British ombrudsman was created in
(a)1987
(b)1967
(c)1964
(d)1984

Q. British ombrudsman is known as :
(a)Parliamentary commissioner
(b)Executive commissioner
(c)Lord chancellor
(d)Secretary of parliament

Q. Who wrote the book's "Modern Democracies":
(a)Cilchrist
(b)Siz wick
(c)Lord Brice
(d)Montesquieu







Q. Which of the following is not an advantage of parliamentary
system :
(a)Flexibility
(b)Respect to opposition
(c)Administration by qualified and experienced person
(d)Non responsible administration

Set 7
Q. Council of minister in china is known as :
(a)State council
(b)Procuratorate
(c)Senate
(d)Deputy

Q. National supreme court of China is responsible to :
(a)President
(b)P.H.
(c)Community Party
(d)Peoples congress

Q. How many members are there in national peoples congress of
China :
(a)675
(b)575
(c)2000
(d)3037

Q. Single party system is the feature of:
(a)China
(b)Pakistan
(c)India
(d)Japan

Q. How many members are there in constitutional council of
France?
(a)8
(b)9
(c)7
(d)5
Q. How many chapters are there in French constitution:
(a)12
(b)8
(c)7
(d)15

Q. How many articles are there in France constitution:
(a)95
(b)85
(c)195
(d)205

Q. Filbister system is prevalent in:
(a)Britain
(b)India
(c)US
(d)France

Q. Double citizenship is the feature of :
(a)America
(b)Britain
(c) India
(d)None of the above

Q. How many articles are there in American constitutions?
(a)7
(b)8
(c)5
(d)4

Q. Chinese peoples procuratorate is :
(a)A military agency
(b)Parliamentary commissioner
(c)Special controlling agency
(d)None of the above

Q. Central military commission system is the feature of which
country:
(a)India
(b)China
(c)America
(d)Nepal

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